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Simon Phillip Cowell (born 7 October 1959) is an English television personality, businessman and record executive. He has judged on the British television talent competition series Pop Idol (2001–2003), The X Factor (2004–2010, 2014–present) and Britain's Got Talent (2007–present), and the American television talent competition series American Idol (2002–2010), The X Factor (2011–2013), and America's Got Talent (2016–present). Cowell is the principal, founder and chief executive of the British entertainment company Syco.
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Simon Cowell in hysterics over claims his dogs will attend Vegas stag do

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Simon Cowell was left laughing over claims his dogs will attend his upcoming stag do in Las Vegas.The 62 year old Britain's Got Talent judge shut down the prospect of him enjoying a boys' weekend in Sin City with his adorable pet pooches following reports.The music mogul has two Yorkshire terriers named Squiddly and Diddly.

He said it was "the best story he'd heard" that the canines could be attending a wild night out with him ahead of his marriage to fiancée Lauren Silverman, 44, who recently teased they might already be married, next month. "That is the best story I have heard...that I am taking my dogs on a stag party?" the TV personality said in disbelief. "It is like where (would we go)?" he laughed.

Get exclusive celebrity stories and fabulous photoshoots straight to your inbox with OK!'s daily newsletter . As he imagined the experience, Simon then joked: "I do not know whether they would like it? "I do not know what you would do with dogs at a bachelor party?" In response to the outlandish claims, a spokesperson for Simon said: "The dogs being at the bachelor party came out of nowhere.

Sure it made Simon laugh, but it was really ridiculous. "Firstly he would not subject his beloved pets to busy restaurants, bustling clubs or parties, but secondly the US has strict policies on what animals can enter premises." The statement went on to say that it is standard practice for dogs other than service dogs to be banned from most venues, and whether the owner is a celebrity or not is "irrelevant" as there are "no exceptions". "Simon has laughed about so many people asking him about the dogs being with him, but calls it a 'brilliantly silly idea,'" the spokesperson added.

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